Does an indoor bamboo plant need direct sunlight?

Answer The lucky bamboo plant doesn't need a significant amount of direct sunlight but does prefer plenty of indirect sunlight. It's a great apartment plant for non-green thumbs.

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Does a bamboo plant in water need sunlight?

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